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Entries include brief biographical information, a typed letter of introduction to the Maine Author Collection concerning Wallace's book Appeal to Arms, several handwritten letters from Wallace on Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, Department of History, stationery in belated reply to the Maine State Library and presenting his book after receiving a copy from the publisher, a typed letter from the Maine State Library welcoming receipt of Wallace's book, several newspaper review clippings concerning Soul of the Lion: A Biography of Gen. Joshua L. Chamberlain with a considerable amount of information about Chamberlain as well as the purported title quote of Gen. Horatio G. Sickel, and a copy of a newspaper review with an inaccurate description of Wallace's fictional book The Raiders: A Novel of the Civil War at Sea with respect to the history of the naval duel of the Confederate raider CSS Alabama sunk by the USS Kearsarge not far from Cherbourg off the coast of France, on June 19, 1864. Date Range: 1951/1970

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Entries include brief biographical information, a typed letter of introduction to the Maine Author Collection concerning Wallace's book Appeal to Arms, several handwritten letters from Wallace on Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, Department of History, stationery in belated reply to the Maine State Library and presenting his book after receiving a copy from the publisher, a typed letter from the Maine State Library welcoming receipt of Wallace's book, several newspaper review clippings concerning Soul of the Lion: A Biography of Gen. Joshua L. Chamberlain with a considerable amount of information about Chamberlain as well as the purported title quote of Gen. Horatio G. Sickel, and a copy of a newspaper review with an inaccurate description of Wallace's fictional book The Raiders: A Novel of the Civil War at Sea with respect to the history of the naval duel of the Confederate raider CSS Alabama sunk by the USS Kearsarge not far from Cherbourg off the coast of France, on June 19, 1864.

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